Analytics and Data Science Institute
In the Spring of 2018, the authors administered the highly validated and reliable Copenhagen Burnout Inventory work-related sub-scale to 1,628 academic librarians employed within the United States. Academic librarians reported a total work-related burnout score of 49.6. Overall, female participants who were 35–44 years of age reported the highest levels of work-related burnout with males and older individuals reporting the lowest levels of work-related burnout. This study also revealed some interesting information about non-binary/third-gender librarians that suggests further research is warranted.
Journal of Library Administration
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Wood, Barbara; Guimaraes, Ana; Holm, Christina; Hayes, Sherrill; and Brooks, Kyle, "Academic librarian burnout: A survey using the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (CBI)" (2020). Faculty Publications. 4602.